Eternal Creation by Surojit Sengupta

I have submitted this painting with flower and human genitals. The focus of the painting is “Sristitatura” (Creation Theory)and the beauty and pleasure. The heavenly pleasure human being desires at the optimum level of happiness, flowers also desire. The same pleasure; so the pleasure of human and flower is the same. This work expresses imagination of Surreality.

Title of work Eternal Creation

Size of work ( either cm or inches) 48″ X 36″

Style (realism, abstract, expressionism etc) Surrealism

Technique, Medium & material used Tempera& watercolor on paper

Date work was Completed 2014

3 Comments on “Eternal Creation by Surojit Sengupta”

  1. Original, technically very well executed and some very good drawing skill combine in this creative array of procreative analogies expressing an interesting concept of genitalia through a cultural filter of “Creation Theory”. The color work is expressive of the beauty in the natural creative process and the combination of plant and human details help to tie the works together. I am at odds with myself for finding the blue field of the human depictions somewhat of an impediment to the flow throughout the entire piece as if the unity of the concept is affected.

  2. Thank you for your submission. The combination of the biology of flowers and human anatomy is done with sensitivity and skill. I view the three separate images on the left as a triptych as the size of the objects within these canvasses are similar. The one of the left (although it is connected by your drawing) could easily be a stand alone work of art. I tend to look for balance in uneven numbers unless each side is symmetrical. All that being said, I do honor your creative process and congratulate you on this well executed, compelling work of art. I look forward to seeing more of your art works in the future.

  3. A very good use of technical drawing skills to create intricate, detailed drawings. It’s a shame not to be able to get a closer look; viewing it on a computer. As a landscape designer, I find the concept a very interesting one and something I have pondered upon – the physical similarity between plant and human sexual organs, as well as the means of trying to facilitate reproduction. I personally feel more explanation about the pieces would improve the enjoyment of them.

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